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UM wins prize in group category of Asia-Pacific M&A Moot Competition

Students from the University of Macau (UM) Faculty of Law (FLL) recently won a second prize in the group category of the Tenth Asia-Pacific M&A Moot Competition. FLL student Lin Kaijun won the Best Team Member Award and the Best Performance Award.

UM kicks off One Million Dollar Macao Regional Entrepreneurship Competition

This year, the University of Macau (UM) continues to hold the One Million Dollar Macao Regional Entrepreneurship Competition, with the trade show and the elevator pitch contest already being held successfully.

Top scholars recognised for strategically important studies

Some of the University of Adelaide’s top students have been honoured with prestigious Playford Scholarships.

Digital Tapestry helps Aberdeen school children explore RGU’s Art & Heritage

Aberdeen school children are using virtual reality to connect with an out of space artefact from NASA’s Get Away Special programme, as part of Robert Gordon University’s (RGUs) innovative Digital Tapestry Project.

Mechanical engineering professor Andrew Gadsden leads McMaster collaboration with NASA

That’s the goal of NASA’s airborne Lunar Spectral Irradiance, or air-LUSI project, which is sending a telescope into high altitude flight to measure reflected moonlight.

Here’s why UK tides are soon going to play a much bigger part in...

Tidal energy has long lurked at the back of the UK’s renewable energy arsenal, outshone by its wind and solar counterparts due in part to early issues with technology readiness and high costs.

Scholarships help agriculture students aim for the top

Four University of Adelaide students have been announced as recipients of the 2022 Horizon Scholarship. The scholarships aim to develop the next generation of rural leaders.

University of Newcastle tips hats to latest cohort of graduates

University of Newcastle students will gather in Callaghan’s Great Hall over the coming days as nearly 2,300 graduates receive their degrees this week.

QUT robotic researchers teaching Spot new tricks

QUT robotics researchers have a new robotic best friend that is helping with a range of research projects including studying how people and robots can better interact.

BU graduates win Visual Effects Society Awards

The work of two BU graduates has been commended at this year’s Visual Effects Society (VES) Awards.
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